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In Perú, Like in a Few Other Countries, Nature Has Brought Together an Enormous Variety of Landscapes, Climates and Ecosystems That Range From Coastal Deserts to Amazonian Exuberance, and Include the Diversity of Micro-Climates of the Different Levels and Valleys of the Andes Mountains. In This Mix of Landscapes, There is a Combination of Races and Cultural Contributions Which are Represented in a Diversity of Expressions Such as the Culinary Art of Exceptional Variety. This Natural Diversity and the Country's Important Cultural and Historic Heritage Make Perú an Extremely Interesting Destination for Tourists. Generally, Perú Has Been Known For the Rich Legacy Left by the Pre-Hispanic Cultures Throughout its Territory. The Country Has Important Archaeological Discoveries Such as Cuzco. The Tourist Axis is the City of Cusco the Ancient Capital of the Incas, Considered the Archaeological Capital of South America. In Effect, the Ruins of Machu Picchu are the Country's Main Tourist   Attraction. In the City of Cuzco, as in no Other Place, the Complexity of the Culture Gave Way to the Melting Pot From the Fusion Between Spanish and Natives That Can be Appreciated there. The Nazca Lines are Also Famous, the Immense Geometric Drawings Left in the Southern Coastal Desert by Ancient Cultures. Their Purpose Remains a Mystery to Archaeologists. In Southern Perú There are Also Natural Attractions Such as Lake Titicaca, the Highest Navigable Lake in the World, Located in the Department of Puno, or the Colca Cañon, in the Department of Arequipa, the World's Deepest Canyon the Colca River Runs 3400 Meters Below - , Famous for its Rapids, and its Terrace System, Constructed by the Collaguas Ancient Inhabitants of the Region. The Tourist Axis of the North Has Received Renewed Attention Lately With the Recent Discovery of the Tomb of the Lord of Sipan Comparable in Richness and Artistic Quality to That of the Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamon. This Discovery Has Generated Enormous International Interest not Only Because of the Treasures Extracted , But Also Because the Pieces Enclosed in These Pyramids Shed Light on the Mochica Culture , Which was Developed in the Northern Coastal Valley of Perú Between the First and the Fourth Centuries AD. The North of Perú Also Has the Citadel of Chan-Chan, One of the Largest "Adobe Mud-Clay Citadels in the World”.  There are Beautiful Beaches, Like the Summer Resorts of Punta Sal, Máncora and Cabo Blanco - Famous Among Lovers of Merlin Fishing and One of Ernest Hemingway's Favorite Sports Where Sunshine and Tranquility are Guaranteed all Year Around. Perú has Important Attractions for the Adventure Tourists and the Eco-Tourists as Well. The Number One Destination is the Region of the Amazon Jungle, With Puerto Maldonado and Iquitos as the Main Points of Attraction. The Exuberance of the Amazonian Jungle Offers the Possibility to Become Familiar With an Unexplored Paradise Where the Flora and Fauna are Protected by a National Park System, Among Them the Most Important is Manu National Park. This Park was Designed to Maintain the Ecological Balance of the Region. They Offer the Tourist the Opportunity to Became Familiar With this Area, Thereby Creating Awareness of the Importance of Preserving Nature For the Sake of all Human Beings.





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